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Messages - sm2o

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You must have a public IP and you must be able to setup portforwarding at radio end.

If not, you have to change router and maybe the ISP also if they do not provide public IP

73 de mike

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There is no CW-key input support at the Radio-RRC. I guess it's easier to connect the PC direct to the K3. A tradional "Transistor connected to the RTS" solution.

http://f6dqm.free.fr/schematics.htm

73 de mike

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Hi

There is no known reason for buzzing sound via Wifi. Have you tried to connect to another accesspoint ?
There is no difference in levels between different codecs, but you must use codecs with the same sampling rates in both units otherwise it will not work

73 de mike

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Hi

The K3 is turned off by CAT command not by the hardware signal, but if the hardware signal is kept active when the shut off command is received, the K3 will be in a middle mode, display backlight on but not showing anything. There is not much between the CPU and the output, T1 a FET-transistor = FDV301N which is showed on page 233 in the manual. They are very rugged we have not changed many during the years

73 de mike

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Configuration, RRC 1258 / Re: CAT control on Remote side
« on: 2020-05-03, 10:53:20 »
Yes you get CAT info for PA, Antenna switch etc  from com1 RS-232 connector at the Radio-RRC if you have set com 1 to mode 6 or 7

73  de mike


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Hi first question when people having trouble with Expert is. Have you disconnected the USB-cable from the PA ? When connected it disables the serial port
I don't know anything about the cable from Expert. Check it against our manual, you also need the start signal connected via SW1.

http://www.remoterig.com/downloads/Ba-RC1216H-A15_v4.59.pdf

73 de mike



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Yes you can use the ICOM Mic in the control end, without restrapping. Maybe the mic gain has to be adjusted, but it should work

73 de mike

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Det är ju tydligt att internetförbindelsen racklar. Feltonen är ju en gammal hederlig som fanns i det fasta telenätet och betyder att det går inte att få kontakt med radiosidan. Det finns inget att göra i Remoterig åt detta utan det är ett Router/Internet problem. Flytta kontrollsidan till en annan internetanslutning och testa om det funkar för att se i vilken ände problemet är

/micke

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Ja du får ju fundera på vad du ändrat på när det slutat funka.
Det är ju troligast att det är någon av routrarna som ställer till de.
Kolla att SIP ALG är disablat i bägge routrarna, är SIP ALG aktiverat kan man få mycket konstiga fel

73 de micke

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Hardware, Cabling, Installations / Re: DC power issue
« on: 2020-03-12, 18:49:01 »
Hi
Remove all cables and connect only 12V. If it's still start only with red and yellow LED on the MIC/AUX connector it's no more to do. Contact us for ev repair.

73 de mike

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General discussion forum / Re: Yeasu FT-857 No TX Audio
« on: 2020-03-12, 15:19:44 »
OK I thought it had worked before.

Yes it's probably the MD100 which is the problem, you need som kind of adapter cable and maybe some power to the mic element. Im not familiar with that mic

/mike


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General discussion forum / Re: Yeasu FT-857 No TX Audio
« on: 2020-03-12, 14:57:45 »
HI

Mic Gnd and Gnd should be shorted in the Control but not in the Radio rrc so that's correct

I have no further ideas than before, the mic signal do no passes any other actiove componentes than the codecs, and we have never had a broken codec before.

73 de mike


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General discussion forum / Re: Yeasu FT-857 No TX Audio
« on: 2020-03-12, 08:55:56 »
Hi

codec gain settings, broken or missplaced red straps, damaged cables are the only reasons I can think of.

You can send me exported settings(html) files if you want me to take look

73 de mike

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General discussion forum / Re: Yeasu FT-857 No TX Audio
« on: 2020-03-11, 08:32:54 »
Hi

Check the codec gain settings in both units against the instructions in the manual

73 de mike

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Konfiguration av RRC 1258 / Re: RRC-1258 IC-706 CI-V
« on: 2020-03-08, 18:54:49 »
Hej

det behövs inte, ICOMs CI-V protokoll är et multipoint protokoll där man kan ha flera radio och flera masters på samma bus. se bara till att du inte har samma CI-V address på dina mastrar.

Nog har jag för mig att mode 6,7 också stöder CI-V men det behövs som sagt inte för din applikation

/micke

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